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Arts and Culture


Latest News - Artists Needed!

The Rosenthal Project – Public Art Hoarding is one of the many public art initiatives that is being implemented as part of Council's Public Art Policy and Implementation Plan. The main objective of the hoarding project is to uniquely utilise the blank space provided by the hoarding of the Rosenthal Car Park Redevelopment (Rosenthal Project). This will be used to engage communities and local artists and enliven the streetscape of Birdwood & Rosenthal Lanes, all while providing new opportunities for artists as well as promoting public art in the area.

Council is seeking to install up to 15 original works from local artists and schools to be created for display within the master design hoarding skin wrap. This is an incredible opportunity to have your work featured during an exciting community development in the heart of the Lane Cove community!

How to get involved:

Council has appointed Fostered to assist with the implementation of this project. Please direct artist enquiries to the team using the detalis in the above briefs or email

Arts and Culture in Lane Cove

​Lane Cove Council prides itself on nurturing a community rich in culture with a unique identity. Each year Council develops events, works with community organisations and supports initiatives that strengthen the culture and creative expression within Lane Cove.

A number of the actions identified in Council's annual Operational Plan reflect the strategic Cultural Plan developed in partnership with the community in 1994. Council has recently adopted a revised plan following its successful work in embedding arts, culture and cultural diversity into Lane Cove's practices for more than 10 years. To keep up to date on the latest activities, sign up to Arts & Cultural e-news.

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Contact Us

Council’s Cultural Development Officer

Phone: (02) 9911 3594